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Box

The actual physical location at a brokerage house or bank where securities or other documents are stored for safekeeping. Alternatively, a quotation machine or battery march. Also known as 'the cage.'

Box

The physical location where a brokerage keeps securities being held as collateral on loans. Boxes are used for collateral on margin accounts and other transactions. A box is also called an open box. See also: Free box.

box

The physical location in which brokerage firms and banks place securities for safekeeping. See also free box, open box.
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She prefers floral designs, eschewing clowns or ``cutesy'' animals, thinking of the years that the boxes will stay in a home.
The department placed shredded paper at the bottom of the containers to absorb liquids poured into the boxes and to minimize the shock to any loaded firearm dropped inside.
In a similar way, add our address (4202 East Fowler, Tampa, Florida 12345-6789) and two label boxes with Sold To: and *** Invoice *** just below our company address (exhibit 11 for placement).
As the penetration of HDTV in homes increases in line with growing consumer demand for superior quality video content, the challenge for OEMs is to ensure that set top boxes have the required functionality to make this possible.
The Surf Box,'' another set supervised by Austin, followed shortly afterward, and its sales success proved that genre boxes could work if the category has enough well-heeled fanatics.
Boxes/baskets: Seven boxes are named after Caribbean islands, with the Antigua (house Cobb salad, fruit, rolls and dessert) one of the least expensive.
The market for digital satellite set top boxes is the largest of the digital set top box markets, larger than the other three combined.
For the next few months, the postal service will deliver mail to private mail boxes, regardless of designation.
Bento boxes, more likely to show up as lunch offerings than dinner, are of Japanese origin and provide a way of serving a variety of items at one time, in essence ``a meal in a box.
In addition, Comcast has agreed to license Pace's EngineWare(TM) software platform and related set-top box technology and to work with Pace on the joint development of next-generation set-top boxes and related technologies.
The Chicago DC 501 is the first in the series of Chicago all-digital boxes that will be deployed this year.